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Jan 5, 2013 6:30am PST
surprised me. daddy, you surprised me. >> so cute. that was from cnn affiliate wtvd. unfortunately he just missed his daughter's birth. all was not lost. he said he is pretty sure his son thinks that he's actually spiderman, which pretty much makes him the coolest dad ever. >>> thanks so much for watching today. i'll see you back here at the top of the hour. >> your bottom line starts right now. >>> thanks, randi and victor. see you at the top of the hour. for the first time in 20 years, higher taxes for america's richest taxpayers. oh, but it's still very good to be rich in america. good morning. i'm christine romans. it redefines who is rich and who is not and sets the bar pretty high. individuals making more than $400,000 and couples making more than $450,000 will jump from 35% back to 39.6%. setting the bar at $400,000 instead of the $200,000 the president wanted means only 0.7% of tax filers will be hit with that rate increase. the top top earners came out pretty well after all. it's true, they also face higher taxes on their investments. the rate on dividends and capital gains rises
Jan 12, 2013 6:30am PST
lobbyist. will cain is a cnn contributor. do you think it will be concrete action? i know no one's mind was changed there. but is it the beginning of something different this time? >> well, clearly, the horrific events in newtown were a game changer. what concrete changes in the law are going to be really remains to be seen. as to the firearm industry, which i represented during the 1990s, regardless of anything that occurs in legislation, certainly the companies on the big boards, smith & wesson and ru ruger, they're going to be manufacturing. orders are back ordered for probably a year or more. even if a couple of guns ended up being on a ban list, that's not going to have any impact on the bottom line of those companies. >> you know, will, americans support some kind of action on gun violence. 47% favor major restrictions, 43% favor minor restrictions. banning the sale of high capacity ammunition magazines, requiring background checks at gun shows. how can we talk about this, though? it nearly goes back to they're trying to take away our guns, from the patriotism from the second amen
Jan 19, 2013 6:30am PST
're looking at the companies and profitability of companies. look, a cnn "time"/orc poll found 50% favor stronger gun laws. what's your read? will the words obama and gun legislation be written in the same words of the history book? >> that is certainly the intention of the obama administration. you know, it was certainly their intention the first four years of their administration, as well. but going into the next four years, what has really changed in the last several weeks is the public sentiment has swung so far in their favor in the wake of the newtown shootings. so they realize that they've got a tough fight ahead of themselves. facing a republican-led house of representatives. certainly we've got motivated people on the other side of the argument who are trying to defend what they perceive to be their second amendment rights to bear arms. but with public sentiment having swung the pendulum in the favor of the obama administration's platform and tightened gun control legislation and the specific clauses banning assault rifles and high capacity magazines, i think they're more than m
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